Math 025-1,2
Homework 7
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, November 5:
Section 8.8, page 452: 4, 5, 8
A. Many random variables arising in the real world (including peoples heights,
a students test scores, the stock market, and the temperature
Math 025-1,2
Homework 9
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, November 19:
Section 9.5, page 496: 5, 9, 15, 24, 27, 29, 38
Section 10.3, page 523: 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 22
A. Find the Taylor series (centered at 0) for each of the following functions
Math 025-1,2
Homework 10
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, December 3:
Section 10.2, page 518: 34, 35, 37, 38, 41
Section 10.4, page 529: 1, 2, 4
B. Approximate the following integrals by replacing the integrand with its 4th
Taylor polynomi
Math 025-1,2
Homework 5
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, October 8:
Use calculus to show that the area of a circle with radius r is r2 .
Use calculus to show that the volume of a sphere with radius r is 4 r3 . Hint: One can obtain
3
a hemisph
Math 025-1,2
Homework 4
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, October 1:
For each of the following improper integrals, write them as a limit or a sum of limits:
1.
4.
5.
6.
R2
1
1
x ln x
RI
2
RI
0
RI
0
1
xex
(x
dx
Rb x
3
0
x dx
e
limb3I
Rb
3
x1
e
Math 025-1,2
Homework 6
Fall 2010
Note: If a problem has an asterisk, that means you need only write an integral or an expression
involving integrals which solves the problemcfw_you do not need to calculate that integral or otherwise
nd a numerical soluti
Math 025-1,2
Homework 3A
Fall 2010
None of these problems are to be turned in for a grade, but they are good practice for the kinds
of questions about numerical integration you might see on an exam:
7.5 (p. 365): 1(c), 2(c), 6(c), 7(c)
7.6 (p.
370):
1, 3(
Math 025-1,2
Homework 1
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, September 3:
5.1: 15 (this means problem 15 from section 5.1 in your textbook)
5.2: 31
5.4: 30,31,33,35
Problem A: Let f (x) = 1 + 12x x2 . Consider the partition = f0; 1=4; 1=2; 1g of
Math 025-1,2
Homework 3
Fall 2010
Problems to be turned in on Friday, September 17: 3, 4, 5, 6 (b,f,g) and the following problems
from # 6(a) on p. 385: 17, 23, 31, 33, 43, 57, 61, 83, 95, 132, 137.
1. Evaluate
2. Evaluate
3. Evaluate
4. Evaluate
R
(4
R
R
E45: Properties of Materials
Course Syllabus
Fall 2015
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
E 45 Properties of Materials | Fall 2015
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
Lecture: 10 Evans, MWF 12:00-1:00PM
Email:
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Website:
[email protected]
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CS 61C:
Great Ideas in Computer Architecture
Introduction to C, Part III
Instructors:
John Wawrzynek & Vladimir Stojanovic
http:/inst.eecs.Berkeley.edu/~cs61c/fa15
1
Review, Last Lecture
Pointers are abstraction of machine memory addresses
Pointer varia
E 45 Laboratory Manual
Laboratory 1
Basics of Mechanical Behavior
Objectives
1. To understand the what is meant by mechanical behavior of materials
2. To measure and compare the hardness (resistance to penetration) of metallic samples
3. To understand the
E45: Properties of Materials
Homework 2
Fall 2015
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
Answer the following questions and provide as many details and as much work as possible to assure partial
credit. Recall that homeworks may be completed in groups of two students